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Are these readings correct? (cheap cell phone vs. iPhone)
August 29, 2018
10:43 pm
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Please take a look at this:

This is what we get using an iPhone 7 Plus… with 4G, wi-fi and bluetooth. Readings seem normal, tested with the Cornet ED88TPlus and Acoustimeter.


With this cell phone (model: Blu N5C820T) and also another one I have here, similar (it’s not Samsung) the radiation levels (and magnetic field measured) are EXTREMELY HIGH.

This thing is so, so high that was able to interfere with my readings from these distances:

– 4.5 meters (14.7 ft)
– 8.5 meters (27.8 ft)

If this is in any way correct then these kinds of phones can be considered the most dangerous devices ever created in terms of RF radiation (and magnetic fields). I never seen anything like this.

Also, one other thing I noticed was that when the iPhone made a phone call the radiation levels seemed to be lower than if I let the 4G turned on without any phone call being made.

Still you’ll quickly see how the radiation drops with distance (and magnetic fields) for the iPhone, and the same thing doesn’t happen with this cheap cell phone from the 2nd video.

This is so toxic (and the Cornet only registers 26.22 V/m) that I sincerely believe that all similar devices should be banned ASAP. I was utterly shocked when I saw that from such distances this cell phone was capable of increasing radiation levels A LOT. Imagine the damage this device can cause when placed near the brain?

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